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The repeal of Section 59 of New Zealand Crimes Act 1961 sparked a lot of debate here about the use of violence against children. I feel this discussion concentrated on parental rights and often ignored the results of parental violence on children. Sad, because child abuse is a problem in New Zealand.
I think the victims of child abuse suffer three times over (if they survive the original abuse). Continue reading
Some time ago Clay Naf (Defusing the Neuron Bomb) warned that modern extremist terrorists “the self-appointed ‘soldiers of God’ have a terrible new weapon in their hands: the neuron bomb.” Fridays suicide bombings in Pakistan, aimed at ex-premier Benazir Bhutto, are just the latest example of the use of neuron bombs.
Naff described the neuron bomb this way: